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Apply for Bank of America’s Student Leaders Program
Open to Juniors and Seniors

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Since its inception in 2005, the Bank of America Student Leaders Program has recognized more than 2,500 exemplary high school juniors and seniors who have a passion for improving their communities. The program helps students gain a greater understanding of how nonprofits create impact in the community and helps develop them as the next generation of community leaders through two components:

West Campus Recognized for Sending Students to College
Graduates featured in Sacramento Bee video

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West Campus has been recognized as one of the Sacramento area schools that send the most graduates to college.

“Not surprisingly, schools located in wealthier areas are much more likely to send a higher proportion of graduates to college… But some schools in economically disadvantaged areas punch above their weight, particularly Sacramento Charter High and West Campus, both located in South Sacramento.”

WCHS Students Visit U-CAN HBCU College Expo

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On Friday, September 13th, 16 wonderful Warriors attended the HBCU (Historically Black Colleges & Universities) College Expo, hosted by U-CAN. Students received information from more than 30 schools from across the country and were also fortunate to learn more about HBCU partnerships with universities in London, England. 

Several West Campus seniors also earned admission to HBCUs on the spot! Our students are driven to excellence, and we are happy to support their endeavors.

West Campus Student Receives Bank of America Award

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Solana Torres-Pepito continues to make us proud! A West Campus graduate (Class of 2019), Solana is now a freshman at Bowdoin College in Maine. Before leaving Sacramento, she was recognized by Bank of America for her passion for serving the community: She and three other local students were invited to participate in Bank of America’s 2019 Student Leaders program.

Administration-Student-Parent Collaboration
Review of the 2019-2020 Dress Code

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This afternoon, from 12:00-3:00pm, administrators met with student leaders and a wonderful parent to discuss some concerns about the 2019-2020 dress code and how staff can enforce the dress code with dignity and respect for our students. Students were challenged with the task to 1). Understand the importance of gender-inclusive language when creating changes to the dress code 2). Provide clear and measurable ways to enforce the dress code 3). Provide clear and sustainable policies/consequences for dress code infractions.

Welcome, Dr. Versher, New Vice Principal

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Dr. Elysse Versher is very excited to join the West Campus High School community. For the past two years, she was the Vice Principal of an urban charter school in Richmond, California, and oversaw the administration of all College Board Exams, dances, athletics, and supervision. 

New Website is Launched

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At the start of this new school year, we are excited to present our new and improved school website! Kudos to the parent volunteers, as well as West Campus and district staff, who took on this arduous task over the summer.